"He'll play (Thursday)," Redmond said, per MLB.com. "I think the plan for him, as of right now, is to be [in Jacksonville] for a week."
Feliz pitched horribly in spring training to earn a ticket to the minors. He had been competing for the closer job.
The reliever is off to a flying start this season with just one earned run given up in 10 innings pitched.
Marmol faced three batters before having to leave the game. He got Gerald Laird to ground out and Justin Upton to strike out before issuing a two-out walk to Jason Heyward. After the Heyward walk, Marmol was lifted from the game and replaced by Mike Dunn, who got Andrelton Simmons to strike out to end the inning.
The slugger has been on the disabled list with a quad strain. He has yet to homer in 28 at-bats this season.
Poor performances and the impending return of Hisashi Iwakuma could add up to the loss of a rotation spot for
Lloyd McClendon told MLB.com that he's "not sure what we'll do" in regard to Ramirez, who recovered from a horrible start Tuesday to pitch four shutout innings in a loss to Houston. He had given up 13 earned runs on 18 hits in 11 innings in his previous three starts combined.
The 24-year-old Ramirez owns a 1-3 record and 6.75 earned run average on the season.
Harrison proved himself ready in his last rehab start Saturday with Double-A Frisco. He pitched eight shutout innings, using just 86 pitches in the process.
Opposing pitchers have not been able to cool off red-hot
Kouzmanoff had at least two hits in five of his previous nine games.